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The Hunt

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Are you ready to join The Hunt? This action thriller follows a group of people who find themselves in the role of prey in a twisted hunt for sport by a group of elites. But no one expected one woman to know how to play this well, and their game is going to get flipped upside down. Pre-order The Hunt today and get a $3 credit in your inbox on release.

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Lone Survivor

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Trek through the harsh deserts of Afghanistan with a brave group of Navy SEALs in the action-packed Lone Survivor, starring Mark Wahlberg. They’re on a mission to capture a Taliban leader but end up in an unprecedented ambush, having to fight the battle of their lives. See where their strength and courage takes them in this true, bestselling story.

Zero Dark Thirty

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Zero Dark Thirty is a dramatic thriller that tells the true story of the decade-long hunt for one of the world’s most infamous terrorists, Osama bin Laden. See the blood, sweat and tears it took for this team to change the course of history.

Check out more inspiring stories of bravery in our Memorial Day Sale.

Disney Princesses Sale


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Go on the tropical adventure of a lifetime in the heartwarming Moana. Watch her meet plenty of cute and funny characters along the way, and good luck not singing along to all of the catchy tunes too.

Beauty and the Beast

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Re-visit one of Disney’s biggest classics, Beauty and the Beast. Come along on Belle’s adventure as she shows the beast the meaning of love through countless memorable sing-alongs.

In the mood for more wholesome Disney goodness? We’ve got more movies for the whole family to enjoy.




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Feeling like going on a fun mystery solving adventure with some familiar characters? Well Jeepers! We’ve got good news. Scoob and the gang are back in an all-new animated style in Scoob!! You’ll be able to watch it this Friday May 15th. To top it off, all of our Scooby-Doo movies are on sale too. We can’t think of a better steal, so see if you can get away with it before those meddling kids get you.

New to Own

The Invisible Man

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Few things are more terrifying than the unknown, and this film takes that universal fear to a whole new level. The Invisible Man tells the story of a woman played by Elisabeth Moss, who believes she is being haunted by her deceased, abusive ex-partner. But it isn’t long before we start to question whether her torment is in her mind, or if something more sinister is going on. Own The Invisible Man today, and come back next week for a fresh take on this psychological thriller along with some exclusive content to boot.

Blindspot: Season 5

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The final season of Blindspot has arrived. See what happened as Jane Doe watched the drone strike on the safe house. Did the team make it out alive? Watch every episode of Blindspot as it becomes available.

New to Rent

Fantasy Island

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A group of guests are invited to a beautiful tropical resort in Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island. Not only is it gorgeous, but it’s a place for them to live out their most elaborate fantasies too. So what’s the catch? Solve the island’s mystery – if you can stay alive long enough.


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Rev tells the story of a young guy named Mikey who loves cars. But what he loves more than cars is stealing them, and he’s good at it. When he inevitably gets caught though, he’s forced to go undercover and help the police take down a grand-theft-auto ring led by a terrifying gangster. But in typical movie fashion, it’s not as simple as is it sounds, and things get complicated quickly in this exciting high-speed action flick.

Favorite Franchise Sales

The Hunger Games

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Now’s the perfect time to re-live The Hunger Games all over again. Watch Katniss go from volunteering as Tribute all the way to taking down a tyrannical government in this epic 4-part saga.

The Fast and Furious

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If you’re in the mood to watch every crazy high-speed stunt from The Fast and Furious franchise (who wouldn’t?), we’ve got you covered with all the movies on sale. So buckle up and exceed all limits from the comfort of your living room. And if you’re really feeling like a marathon, we’ve got tons more franchise movie favorites to choose from.




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The infamous mystery solving gang is back in Scoob! In this animated adventure, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne are out to solve yet another spooky mystery: a plot to unleash a ghost dog on the world! But will they solve the case before it’s too late? Pre-order now and watch with the whole family on May 15th.


Guns Akimbo

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Prepare to see Daniel Radcliffe like never before. In Guns Akimbo, Radcliffe’s shy guy character gets in a crazy situation where he has to fight an underground gang to save his girlfriend – with two guns nailed to his hands. This action-packed ride is just as bizarre as you’d think, and it’s here to take gamer culture to a whole new level.

Sonic the Hedgehog

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The wait is over. Sonic the Hedgehog is coming to your televisions, signature-red shoes and all. This little guy is bringing video game nostalgia, laughs, and some surprising lessons too. Make your next Family Movie Night electric with Sonic today.

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Arrival follows the story of a linguist named Louise, played by Amy Adams, who is hired to do the job of a lifetime – figure out how to communicate with aliens who’ve come to Earth. This Oscar-winning movie makes some interesting use of symbolism and light to portray its overarching themes in some really powerful ways.

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When we see the alien spaceship for the first time, its massive size on the empty landscape is jarring and peaks our curiosity about what’s inside. But what’s notable is that we’re first introduced to the element of fog. The fog adds to the mystery as the camera comes closer to reveal the whole scene. Fog has been used as a symbol to portray the unknown in art and films for decades, with movies like The Fog making it the source of the supernatural, and Silent Hill using it to create a sense of doom.

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Arrival takes fog in a different direction from the horror genre. When we meet the aliens, they too are enveloped in fog so we can’t clearly see them. And later we discover that their language also has an inky, foggy quality to it too. This ties back to the overarching themes of the movie that take a look at the way humanity wants a clear-cut and solidified rigid answer for why the aliens have come to Earth. And why they take the wrong approach to try to understand these beings in the first place. This continues through the use of light and darkness in the movie as well.

Before Louise first encounters the aliens, she spends a lot of time in dimly lit places like her bedroom and the classroom where she teaches. But once she makes it up the spaceship, the lighting from their environment is strikingly bright. It’s worth noting that the lighting in the military barracks below is also much dimmer. Lighting has been used as the symbol for enlightenment for decades, reminding us that the aliens have come down to Earth to show humans a better way to exist. But before that can happen, the determined humans in the barracks below have to be willing to step out of the dark and open up their eyes to see.

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Arrival is a thought-provoking sci-fi story with a rare humanistic touch for the genre, and that truly comes through in its use of symbolism and cinematography.

The Godfather

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The Godfather is one of the greatest movies of all time, and with good reason. This epic film tells the story of the head of the Corleone mafia family and the challenges his son faces in earning his bloody legacy.

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Like in other noteworthy films, the use of light in the Godfather is powerful and especially effective in the opening scene of the film. When we are first introduced to Don Corleone, his office is almost pitch black, everyone in the room is dimly lit. Don Corleone is in the center of the room with a light shining down upon him. The use of light here clearly portrays him as the all-powerful, all-knowing man, and we immediately understand exactly how important he is to the story. But we also get a sinister vibe about it as his eyes are in the shadows too, keeping a distance between us and his untouchable intensity, and hinting that dark times are coming ahead.

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The lighting keeps evolving throughout the movie. When Don Corleone comes home from the hospital, the lighting in the following scenes as his big family greets him are all significantly brighter and warmer toned than before. This makes us get a sense of hope that maybe things will turn out okay, though we later come to find out that’s far from the case.

The use of music and sound also add to the dramatic effect. During one of the film’s most iconic scenes, the head of a studio wakes up to find the severed head of his prized horse at the foot of his bed. While it takes him a little time to understand what’s happened, the music is softer, and the closer he gets to the horror, the louder the music gets as he screams bloody murder. This amplifies our own discomfort as we realize what has happened and how frightening the Corleone family actually is. During many dramatic scenes following, the background music gets louder and louder to amplify the tension and make us wonder what will happen next.

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Sound and lighting are some of the key elements to portray the true power of The Godfather, and they really help take us inside the story.

Rosemary’s Baby

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Rosemary’s Baby is a Roman Polanski classic very much worth re-visiting today, following the story of a woman who gets pregnant under very strange circumstances that deal with the occult.

The use of color is key in symbolizing the sinister in the film. Up until Rosemary gets pregnant, she mostly wears pastels and we don’t see any striking color on screen. Once we witness her strange dream-like state in the pivotal scene, she’s wearing uncharacteristic bright red. There is also a red hell-like fire in the room, and as her husband gets close, he transforms into a demonic creature with red eyes. Before this scene it hasn’t been clear what’s been going on with Rosemary’s strange neighbors and visions, and whether Rosemary is imagining that something is really wrong or not. But this is where we’re practically hit over the head with it and can no longer escape or deny it.

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The use of the music is also key in raising the tension in the movie, and it changes the closer Rosemary gets to the truth of what’s happening to her. At the beginning of the movie when Rosemary is full of hope and dreams of her new life, the music is much more pleasant and soft. But as she realizes what’s happening to her through the movie, the music gets louder and warped. By the time Rosemary is getting dragged back to her home after failing to escape the Satanic cult, the loud background music almost has a fun-house mirror quality that drives us to the brink of insanity, taking us right along the terrifying experience with Rosemary.

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Rosemary’s Baby is nothing short of bizarre, walking a line between the ridiculous and horror, and the classic use of symbolism and music really amplify it to take us along for the ride.

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